Plantation Pineapple Stiggins' Fancy Rum

Flavored Rum

Plantation // Multiple Countries

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Named for a character in Charles Dickens’ “The Pickwick Papers,” the Pineapple Stiggins’ Fancy Rum began as a one-off collaboration between Alexandre Gabriel and cocktail historian David Wondrich. The demand was strong enough that Plantation made it a proper release. Pineapple rinds are infused with their Plantation 3 Stars Rum for one week, then pot distilled. The fruit is separately steeped in Plantation Original Dark Rum for three months. The two liquids are blended and the resulting Pineapple Rum is rested in casks for three months before bottling.

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    Rum that has been flavored, either naturally or artificially, with the predominant flavor(s) stated on the label.
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Tasting Notes

"The pineapple is upfront on the nose, but not overpowering. Other notes include dried fruit, banana and vanilla. The rich, buttery palate continues with pineapple, as well as citrus peel, vanilla, and notes of hogo and oak. The tropical fruit lingers well into the finish, along with spice notes and hints of sugarcane and oak."

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